Re: Google "the selective use of polygraphs"
Posted by David Howard on 7/31/2012, 11:51 am, in reply to "Re: Google "the selective use of polygraphs""
: Old stories still don't get the crime. The
: corrupt baggage handler story has been dealt
: with years ago. It's dead, as is Juval
: Aviv's rubbish. The only one that works is
: the grudge match demanded of the US by Iran
: for the deliberate shoot down of IR655, and
: the mechanism works. Of course having got a
: perfect Iranian solution the CIA had to go
: and bugger it up by b;owing up the package
: bomb courtesy of Captain Joseph Patrick
: Curry. but then the CIA werw always nuscle
: and bomb bound idiots.
: --Previous Message--
: In January 1990, Interfor gave three of the
: baggage handlers polygraphs and two of them
: were judged as being deceitful when denying
: any involvement in baggage switching.
: However, neither the U.S., UK or German
: investigators showed any interest in the
: results, or in questioning the baggage
: handlers. Instead, the polygrapher, James
: Keefe, was hauled before a Washington grand
: jury, and, as he puts it, "They were
: bent on destroying my credibility -- not
: theirs" [the baggage handlers]. To
: Interfor, the lack of interest in the
: polygraph results and the attempt at
: intimidation of Keefe was the strongest
: evidence of a cover-up by the various
: government authorities who did not want
: their permissive role in the baggage
: switching to be revealed.
: Google "The FBI uses polygraphs to eliminate suspects"